Wednesday, September 26
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Have you always wanted to fly? Well the Nelson Youth Action Network and Discover Circus have joined together to bring you FREE Aerial Silks Workshops for youth! All you have to do is register at www.discovercircus.ca. There are beginner and advances session starting this Saturday September 29th. Register now as there are limited spots available.
The rec leadership students will be in the multipurpose room at morning break face painting and giving out Terry Fox tattoos. Please come and join them!
Yearbook Committee: You will be meeting TODAY from 3:30 to 4:30 in the Media Arts Lab!
Freedom Quest will be starting up again this Friday at lunch in room 205 and all are welcome. Mandy will give an overall of the program and everyone can ask questions and decide what drugs we wish to learn more about the following week. This is a confidential setting so while information sharing is encouraged, personal discussions are not to leave the group. If you have any questions please feel free to see the counsellors or Youth and Family Workers.
New International students who signed up to go camping, we will have an information meeting Thursday at 11:40 in room 211.
Reminder to those Intercultural Ambassadors who have shown interest in going camping Oct. 4th, we will have an organizational meeting today, Wednesday at 11:40 in room 211.
The Terry Fox run is today! Get ready to run and raise some money!
4 Prefects at Haghum School of Witchcraft and Wizardry are wanted! Satisfy your Grad Transitions volunteer hours at the end of October, at a Harry Potter themed fundraiser. If you're interested, please send a brief note of interest by e-OWL to: Aurora Sinistra, Professor of Astronomy.
State your name, house preference, and why. Four grad-year students will be selected as house prefects. For more details, visit taghumhall.ca
Mandy from Freedom Quest will be here all day today. She proves such supports as drug and alcohol information and harm reductions strategies, emotional regulation techniques, grief and loss support, information on self awareness, self-esteem, empowerment and personal rights. Please see Robin in the counselling area or Kathy in Room 205 if you would like to make a confidential appointment.
Reminder to all that the first SAGA meeting of the year will take place at lunch on Thursday in Room 404 that is the media arts lab. Everyone is welcome!
Grade 10's - 12's, are you looking for an awesome volunteer experience to put on your resume? Consider being a big buddy! We will pair you up with a school age child to meet up regularly at the library for reading practice. Come to the mandatory training and be matched up with your little buddy. The meeting takes place on Saturday, September 29, from 10 to 11am at the Public Library.
There will be a Rotary Youth exchange information meeting at LVR tomorrow at 7pm in the multipurpose room. Both short and long term exchanges will be discussed. A $500.00 Conger scholarship is available for both exchanges. Go on an exchange for a year, and it can change your life.
Did you know that many Indigenous children did not survive the Residential School system? Children endured many kinds of abuses in these schools and some of them did not survive these abuses. On Friday, please wear an Orange Shirt to honour the children who did not survive the Residential School system in our country.
The LVR book club will be meeting this Friday at lunch in the library.
Today is the SD8 DPAC's (District Parent Advisory Council) first meeting, Wed. Sept 26th 6pm at the SD8 School Board office - 570 Johnstone rd., or contact email@example.com to access, through your computer and webcam, with Zoom Software. Susan Wilson will be presenting on parent advocacy. All SD8 parents welcome.